Applying Quick Fix sharpening


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Applying Quick Fix sharpening

The last step in your workflow, after you have corrected lighting, color or applied any other corrections to an image in Quick Fix, is to sharpen the image and you can do that right here in the Quick Fix workspace from the Detail panel down here at the bottom of the Quick Fix column. The reason you want to sharpen an image is because the very process of digitizing an image, either by scanning or by taking a digital photo, does soften the image somewhat, and most images will look better if they are a little crisper. Before you begin to sharpen, you want to make sure that the document window is set to 100%, so that you can seriously evaluate the results of sharpening.

To do that, I'll select the Zoom tool in the toolbox and then I will go up to be 1:1 option in the Options bar and click, and now my image is zoomed into 100% as reported down here at the bottom right. The quickest way to apply sharpening is to go to the Detail panel and click the Auto button. I am going to do that now. K...

Applying Quick Fix sharpening
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Applying Quick Fix sharpening provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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